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    • Ezra Meeker books

    • Meeker, Ezra, 1830-1928; Oregon National Historic Trail ; Overland Trails--Description and travel; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Ezra Meeker, who went west first in 1852, created a national sensation when in 1906 he retraced the trail from west to east, again in an ox-drawn wagon. The first vocal proponent of marking the historic route, his efforts led to the...
    • Macbeth

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    • Actor in costume. Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American...
    • Blue Jeans

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    • Blue Jeans is a melodrama that opened in New York City in 1890 to great popularity. The sensation of the play is a scene where the unconscious hero is placed on a board approaching a huge buzz saw in a sawmill, which became one of the most dramatic...
    • Macbeth

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    • Cast of play in costume. Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African...
    • Count of Monte Christo

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    • Duel scene with James O'Neill as Edmund Dantes, one of the leading exponent of overblown, emotional acting ; O'Neill's interpretation of the part caused a sensation with the theater-going public . He went on to play this role over 6000 times
    • Four Saints in Three Acts

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    • Featured an all African American cast, which Virgil Thomson has to fight for at the time. (featured from left to right: Bruce Howard, Edward Matthews, and Beatrice Robinson-Wayne.) Perhaps the oddest and most influential collaboration in the...
    • Four Saints in Three Acts

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    • Featured an all African American cast, which Virgil Thomson has to fight for at the time. (featured from left to right: Bruce Howard, Edward Matthews, and Beatrice Robinson-Wayne.) Perhaps the oddest and most influential collaboration in the...
    • Four Saints in Three Acts

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    • Featured an all African American cast, which Virgil Thomson has to fight for at the time. (featured from left to right: Bruce Howard, Edward Matthews, and Beatrice Robinson-Wayne.) Perhaps the oddest and most influential collaboration in the...
    • Count of Monte Christo

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    • James O'Neill as Edmund Dantes and Clara Morris, one of the leading exponent of overblown, emotional acting ; O'Neill's interpretation of the part caused a sensation with the theater-going public ; the San Francisco News Latter was less...
    • Student composers

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    • Malone, Sean. Narratio ex vita ;Brown, Richie. Still, like the hummingbird ;Stewart, Sarah. Rain clouds ;Hofman, Christine. Dancing winds ;Wiley, Lindsay. Awakening ;Weeler, Chris. Coral essecnce ;Stewart, Sarah. To Waken an old lady ;McGill,...
    • Macbeth

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    • Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American cast directed by...
    • Macbeth

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    • Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American cast directed by...
    • Macbeth

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    • Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American cast directed by...
    • Hippodrome Theatre

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    • Others might vanish rabbits, but in 1918, on the brightly-lit stage of the Hippodrome in New York City, Houdini made a 10,000-pound elephant disappear. He created a sensation. When Houdini fired a pistol Jennie vanished from view. The Hippodrome...
    • Portrait of an Actress

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    • Portrait of Ann Cargill (born Ann Brown), a British opera diva and celebrated beauty whose life and death were a sensation in London at the close of the 18th century. In both 1779 and 1780 she was the world�s highest-paid actress and during the...
    • Blue Jeans

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    • Poster depicting the famed saw mill scene. Blue Jeans is a melodrama that opened in New York City in 1890 to great popularity. The sensation of the play is a scene where the unconscious hero is placed on a board approaching a huge buzz saw in a...
    • Macbeth

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    • Scene from play. Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American...

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